Intermedial Rhetoric: Female Body, Brand and Ideology in Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries' Digital Work

Beatrice Seligardi


The article aims at analyzing, from an intermedial point of view,  two digital works by the web artist duo Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries: "Cunnilingus in North Korea" and "Samsung Means To Come". These are Adobe Flash animations which combines text and jazz music. Everybody can see them on the duo website The article focuses in the rhetoric and stylistic features of the two works, which both thematize the relationship between female body, technology e dominant powers.


intermediality; female body; digital literature

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